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Showcasing Mediterranean-inspired interiors with a contemporary edge, the Amara by Celebration Homes exudes a warm and summery feeling.

The Amara is Mediterranean inspired.
Camera IconThe Amara is Mediterranean inspired. Credit: Supplied.

According to Celebration Homes Sales Manager Alistair Harris, the Amara makes a great family home.

“It’s spacious, flexible and designed with practicality in mind,” he said.

“It has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a separate cinema, a games room and a study.

“This will suit any type of family, and the home will be able to adapt as the family grows.”

The tactile combination of materials using terracotta and neutral tones on the facade, plus a streamlined glass door and plenty of windows, provides a welcome view into the white interiors within.

Stepping inside, guests are immediately drawn to the cinema room, with a stripped-back colour palette and light drapery.

The kitchen features Caesarstone benchtops and Westinghouse appliances.
Camera IconThe kitchen features Caesarstone benchtops and Westinghouse appliances. Credit: Supplied.

Mr Harris said the Mediterranean look was very on trend this year, with its natural, earthy materials and textures.

“Our interior designer, Sally Timms, was further inspired by bright colours and sought to bring pinks and oranges into the colour palette,” he said.

“This combination of colours and the natural light creates a fresh, yet homely and inviting feel.”

Drawing on the peachy tones, the master bedroom has a feeling of harmony. It includes two walk-in robes and a spacious ensuite with a double vanity and a shower.

Further along, the dedicated study is spacious enough for two desks, making it the perfect place to work from home or for kids to do homework.

The master bedroom is peachy toned with an expansive ensuite.
Camera IconThe master bedroom is peachy toned with an expansive ensuite. Credit: Supplied.

The open-plan kitchen, family and dining area creates a huge living space for members of the household to relax or have a get-together with friends.

According to Mr Harris, the games room is semi-enclosed and has easy access to the garden through the alfresco doors.

“The Amara home design includes a large alfresco, which acts as an extension to the living areas of the home,” he said.

“Perfect for entertaining, it looks out to the backyard and back into the kitchen and dining areas.”

Elsewhere in the home, the minor bedrooms have their own spin on European-inspired design, each featuring a built-in robe.

The Amara has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a separate cinema, a games room and a study.
Camera IconThe Amara has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a separate cinema, a games room and a study. Credit: Supplied.

According to Mr Harris, what you see in a Celebration Homes display home is what you get in the home you build.

“Clients have the choice of elevation included with a rendered facade and a Colorbond steel roof,” he said.

“The Amara also comes with Caesarstone benchtops in the kitchen, laundry and bathrooms, Westinghouse appliances in the kitchen, plus a large choice of basins, taps and shower mixers from Reece.

“The windows and doors are by Jason Windows.”

Spanning about 300sqm, the Amara is suited to those who have a large block of land, however it also comes in multiple size options for different block sizes and budgets.

The Amara is located in Forrestdale and is open for viewing Wednesdays from 2-5pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 12-5pm.

Amara

Beds 4

Baths 2

Address 4 Bouddica Drive, Forrestdale

Price Contact builder

Builder Celebration Homes

Contact 9202 2300

www.celebrationhomes.com.au

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